The sun is shining, the coffee is hot, and the computer screen is lit up with the latest edition of Perceptive Travel webzine. Could life be any better?
With a click of the mouse, head off to Bali to experience a pig roasting with Zora O’Neill (warning: this one’s not for the faint of heart). In her essay, Eating a Personal Pig, Zora vividly addresses the ambivalence that many of us have to eating meat.
Then it’s on to Morroco with Jim Johnston. In his essay, Morocco: Give Me the Simple Life, Jim takes us to Tannant, a small Moroccan village where his 85 year old mother works as a Peace Corp volunteer.
Back in the States, Bruce Northam writes about the annual Madri Gras….in Burlington, Vermont. That’s right. Believe it or not, Vermont also has a Madri Gras. It‘s no where near as rowdy and not so exposed, but it’s a colorful Madri Gras all the same.
Plus there’s the the monthly giveaway…
…Frommer’s travel blanket and pillow combo from Lug. Available in four snuggly colors and with a pocket for your music player, this will allow you to say “Screw you!” when an airline tries to charge you for a blanket or pillow.
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